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Is the GOP No Longer the Party of Big Business?

Is the GOP no longer the party of big business?

Donald Trump vs. Macy's. The battle over the Ex-Im bank. Conservatives decrying the same-sex marriage ruling, immigration reform and normalization of relations with Cuba. A lot of stories in the past week have demonstrated how the Republican Party just …

Republican Party

First Read: A Tale of Two Republican Brackets

First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.

A Tale of Two Republican Brackets

With Chris Christie camping out in New Hampshire and with a brand-new poll out of Iowa, here's a helpful way to look at …

Republicans

Are We Trying to Hide From the Past?

Super PAC Names Are Not What They Seem

Super PAC

President Barack Obama's Transformational Legacy?

Democrats

Was the Same-Sex Marriage Decision a Gift to the GOP?

Marriage

'This Is a Big Win For Us'

Chuck Todd

A Week of Historic Social Change

Social Change

Jindal: Shouldn't Change Definition of Marriage Based on Polls

Marriage

Jindal: Left Will Go After First Amendment Rights

Constitutional Amendments

Graham: GOP Should Take Gay Marriage Constitutional Amendment Out of Platform

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina told Chuck Todd on NBC's "Meet the Press" that if the Republican party doesn't change its official position on same-sex marriage it will "hurt" the GOP in 2016. In 2012, the Republican platform read, "We reaffirm our support for a Constitutional …

LGBT

Lindsey Graham: Confederate Flag is a "Roadblock" for South Carolina

Lindsey Graham

NERDSCREEN: The Rural America Divide

There are many divides in American politics. There's red and blue and black and white. But some of the starkest differences exist between rural and urban America. And events in the news this past week only highlighted the size of those divides.

On trade, the Affordable Care Act and same-sex …

Republicans

Super PACs Get Very Very Creative

Earlier this month, a Super PAC backing Carly Fiorina changed its name from "Carly for America" to "C.A.R.L.Y. for America." Sound confusing? Watch Chuck Todd explain a loophole in the Federal Election Commission rules, and offer a few suggestions.

Campaign Fundraising

Jindal: Louisiana Will 'Comply' With Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Presidential candidate Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that while he disagrees with the Supreme Court's ruling legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states, his state will abide by the Court's decision.

"We don't have a choice," Jindal said Sunday. "Our agencies will comply …

Marriage

Lindsey Graham: Confederate Flag Is a 'Road Block'

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said on "Meet the Press" he viewed the Confederate flag as a "road block" for his state, joining others who called for removing it from the grounds of the South Carolina capitol in the wake of this month's shootings in Charleston.

"Put …

Lindsey Graham

The Supreme Court Just Handed a Victory to Obama — And Republicans, Too

President Barack Obama has had a good week.

First, Congress salvaged his trade agenda, setting the stage for passage of a sweeping free-trade agreement. Then, on Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court kept his health-care law intact, preserving his signature domestic achievement.

Not bad for someone …

Republican Party

First Read: Will Trade Be Obama's Biggest Bipartisan Achievement?

First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.

Trade win clears the way for Obama's biggest bipartisan achievement

The Senate voting yesterday to proceed on President Obama's trade agenda was a big win …

World Politics

Chuck Todd: Why I've Done a '180' on Father's Day

Chuck with his daughter Margaret and son Harrison on the set of "Meet the Press"

There was a time I dreaded the third Sunday in June. I had nobody to call. Nobody to feel guilty about not visiting. Nobody to reminisce with.

My dad died when I was 16. As an only child, dealing with it wasn't as easy …

Chuck Todd

Charleston Shooting Will Lead to Tough Questions for Candidates: Today on @MTP

Chuck and Mark discuss how race and gun violence are now issues 2016 candidates on both sides of the aisle will have to address on the trail.

Charleston

First Read: Politics Take Back Seat to SC Shooting

First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.

Politics takes a back seat to the tragic shooting in South Carolina

All of today's political news -- the Pope calling to fight climate change, the trade …

Rand Paul

First Read: What 'Bernie-mentum' Tells Us

First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.

Three things that 'Bernie-mentum' tell us

The biggest development in the presidential campaign so far this month? It's not Jeb's or Trump's announcements, …

Elections

The Presidential Announcement Speech Guide

Martin O'Malley

Bush & Clinton: Dynasty Candidates 2.0

Chuck looks at Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush's campaign launches and how the candidates are hoping to reinvent themselves.

Jeb Bush

Clinton Campaign Chair talks Campaign Launch, 2016 Race

Hillary Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta talks the campaign launch, trade, and Hillary's past positions.

Hillary Clinton

Clinton Campaign Chair on Position Shifts: 'Times Change'

Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta explains Hillary Clinton's evolution on certain policy positions.

Hillary Clinton

Clinton Campaign Chair on Hillary's Relationship with Foundation

Hillary Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta on the connection she will have to the Clinton Foundation if elected president.

Hillary Clinton

Romney: Next GOP Nominee Needs to Have 'Experience in Leadership'

Former GOP Presidential Nominee explains the qualities he's looking for in the party's next standard-bearer.

Leadership

Mitt Romney on Whether or Not Jeb Bush is the Frontrunner

The former GOP Nominee explains what he thinks Jeb Bush has done 'extraordinarily well' leading up to his campaign launch.

Jeb Bush